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to the quickly approaching fiscal cliff. tonight president obama and lawmakers are heading back to washington. but do they have enough time left to strike a deal in congressmen tray joins us. hi, tray, a pleasure to see you tonight. >> you too. merry christmas. >> merry christmas. unfortunately we still have the fiscal cliff looming over our head. a lot going on. talk about whether or not we can't get some kind of bipartisan approach. there is some kind of discussion that there might be a deal coming up. tell us what you know. >> i assure you that there will be a resolution either before the new year or shortly after the new year. that's the good news, that there will be a deal. the bad news for you and your viewers is that there won't be a solution. it will be a pan sea or some magical elixor that makes us all feel better. but shortly after we will get a letter from geithner asking us to raise the debt ceiling for the 80th time in our country's history. there will be a deal to, quote, avert the fiscal cliff. your viewers should demand more than a deal, they should demand a solution. >> do yo
because president obama has gotten involved in this a little bit. what they are doing is the fall-back plan they have come upon is to extend the current deal, the current level of subsidies and price supports for six, nine months and then try to figure out something after that. so they don't want to see -- you know, late january come and people being -- paying $7 a gallon for milk. that's not going to happen. they are going to come up with some deal. there are two real problems -- >> let me stop you there. is that -- what you point out, they are not taking care of it. they are not doing their job. they are pushing it off for six months, which is their m.o., but go ahead. >> two big problems. one is the dysfunctional congress, they can't agree about some sensible farm policy. everybody would like to fix this antiquated, subidr side price support system, but they can't agree how to do it. but there is a problem of basic insanity of the system, where the government is supporting this over production of milk and dairy products and buying up large parts of it -- and the united states i
house. president barack obama, speaker of the house john boehner, house minority leader nancy pelosi, harry reid and mitch mcconnell. can they make a deal or can they do their jobs or is this just more political drama? >> we want an agreement. >> the count down is midnight. the start of a new year. >> we are going over the cliff because frankly i believe it's what the president wants. >> the american people are waiting for the ball to drop, but it's not going to be a good drop. >> but we have no takers. >> every republican, every democrat ought to be here. >> the phone never raining. >> they should negotiate a plan. they shouldn't have the mine are in plan, they should have the biglan. >> here we are five days from the new year, and we might finally start talking. >> the republicans are sitting there with a nuclear weapon. they have the debt ceiling coming up. they can use that as part of this negotiation. >> what is going on here? >> the president called me and probably called others last night. my impression is he would like to see if we can move forward. >> you can't legislate wit
december 31? >> yeah, there actually is a pretty good chance because president obama has gotten involved in this a little bit and i think what they are are doing is the fallback plan that they have come upon is to just extend the current deal and level of subsidies or price supports for six or nine months and try to figure out something after that. they don't want to see late january come and people paying $7 a gallon for milk. so that is just not going happen so they will come up with some deal but there are two real problems here. >> greta: let me just stop you there. is that what you point out is that they are not taking care of it, they are not doing their job, just pushing it off for six months which is their m.o., but go ahead. >> two big problems. one is the dysfunctional congress and they can't come to an agreement about some sort of sensible farm followcy and everybody would like to actually fix this antiqueiated expensive subsidy price support system but can't agree on how to do it. there is that problem and kind of the basic insanity of the system where the government is suppo
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